I have loved photography since high school when I took my first film photography class. Since then I have graduated from California State Fullerton with my degree in Visual Communication. In 2009 I created my first website and “opened up shop” as a part time photographer. I began my business with a focus in portrait photography, and then in 2015 I decided it was time to go “all in” and expand into weddings. The reason I have choosen to capture weddings as my primary niche is simple...I love, LOVE! Nothing is more magical than to be able to be part of the happy couples very special day (and up close and personal in it I might add!).
Each wedding I photograph is different and I still get excited every time I arrive wondering what the bride’s dress will look like, how the decor will come together, what flowers will be chosen, what song the couple will take their first walk to as Mr. + Mrs., and the list goes on and on! I have been extremely fortunate to work with some pretty amazing couples and I think that really comes down to one common mindset...and that is: No matter how the day turns out it will be memorable, it will be fun, and at the end of the day if something goes a little awry (like the bride almost forgetting her bouquet as she walks down the aisle...that actually happened to me! ha!) the couple will still say their vows and enter their eternal patnership. So no matter how the day goes, my team + I will be there to capture every intimiate moment of it.
It is my goal to be your photographer throughout all of lives moments...your engagement, your wedding, your family expansion and to capture your family as you grow and evolve throughout the years. It is my hope to be a part of it all.
Oh yeah, and here is little bit about me (in case you are wondering)...I am married to my amazing husband Wes (we were married in my favorite place...Temecula Wine Country), we have two adorable Golden Retrievers, Charger + Josie Bruin (named after our fav football teams), I love to travel, I love wine, I love to go off-roading in our Jeep and to camp in the desert, and I love smelly good candles (that’s what I call them), and a lot of coffee in the morning. Oh yeah, and I love yoga too!